2004 Ferrari Enzo finished in Nero with Nero Hide. 1 of just 399 examples and only 28,500 KM showing.
The early 2000s were an incredibly successful period for Ferrari, both on and off the track, with Michael Schumacher dominating the F1 paddock and the launch of new production cars that were head and shoulders above the competition.
It was at this time that Luca Di Montezemolo embarked on creating a car to reflect this motorsport success and bring such technology to the road; a project that would be dedicated to the Founder of the company, Enzo Ferrari.
The Ferrari Enzo, or what was still being dubbed the F60, was first revealed at the Paris Auto Show in 2002; although technically the successor to the F50, the Enzo was a car to represent everything great about the brand and complement competition success with the ultimate supercar at the time.
To achieve this, the Ferrari Enzo featured the pinnacle of technology, engineering and design, while all the while taking great influence from Schumacher's multiple title-winning car. This relationship can be most obviously seen in how focused the Enzo is; designed for maximum performance and downforce with a lack of creature comforts such as a radio.
At the heart of the previously dubbed F60 is a 660 bhp Tipo F140B V12 mated to the fastest F1 gearbox seen at the time, propelling the beautiful body to 60 mph in 3.6 seconds and on to a top speed of 217.
In-keeping with the previous "special-series" production cars, the Enzo's production was limited to just 399 examples, with the 400th example being gifted to Pope John Paul II. Naturally all cars were instantly accounted for, with values of Enzos never dropping to anywhere the original sales price of less than £500,000.
The car we are offering is an original EU car with just over 28,000 KM showing. Finished in the rare combination Nero with Nero Hide, this is a lovely, usable example of an Enzo sitting in very good all-round condition.
Carrying the name of the founder put a lot of pressure on the Ferrari Enzo, however it is a car and design that remains one of the brands most iconic to date; not only a fantastic car to drive, but set to be an all-time classic with fantastic investment potential.